Tag: Lizzy Yarnold

#29) Ten Landmark Moments From 2018

It seems as though 2018 has provided a never-ending conveyor belt of victories when it comes to women’s sport. There was that Commonwealth gold for England Netball, a world silver for GB women’s wheelchair basketballers, Georgia Hall storming to British Open victory, Vicky Holland… Continue Reading “#29) Ten Landmark Moments From 2018”

#23) Liz Nicholl CBE

Photo credit: UK Sport Ask any British Olympic medalist the story behind their success and often they will tell you it’s down to help they received from others. While everyone has their own unique path, look closely into the journey of many athletes from… Continue Reading “#23) Liz Nicholl CBE”

#22) #SeeSportyBeSporty

It’s no secret that media coverage of women’s sport is far inferior to men. The stats are damning; research by Women in Sport in 2015 found that just 7% of all sport media coverage in the UK focused women, with the figure as low… Continue Reading “#22) #SeeSportyBeSporty”

#19) Lizzy Yarnold

Retirement is one of sport’s inevitabilities, alongside success, failure and injury. And while there will always be some upset at seeing their favourite athletes walking away, the mark of one that’s truly special is the universal outpouring of love sent their way after making… Continue Reading “#19) Lizzy Yarnold”

The Big 2014 Review – Part I

2014 has been yet another year packed full of sport. There was the Winter Olympics, men’s football and women’s rugby World Cups, the Ryder Cup and the Commonwealth Games alongside a whole host of other events. The public have witnessed surprises, fairytales, disappointments and… Continue Reading “The Big 2014 Review – Part I”

Guide to Sochi 2014 – the short version!

After some very useful feedback, I decided to considerably shorten my Winter Olympic guide so it suits everyone and not just people like me! I get so caught up in things I often forget that 99% of the population don’t have the same interest… Continue Reading “Guide to Sochi 2014 – the short version!”